People On The Move


July 26, 2006

Arc board re-elects Schnorf as president

Cole Schnorf, senior vice president, director of development and partner at Manekin LLC in Columbia, has been re-elected president of the board of the Arc of Howard County. He is a resident of Ellicott City.

Newly elected board members include Vincent Grauso of Dayton, director of operations at SAFE Operations Inc., an information security consulting company, and A. Michael Klatzkin, a certified public accountant in Howard County.

Hostetler, Kelehan on Grassroots panel

N. Douglas Hostetler, a resident of Ellicott City and principal of Hostetler Church LLC, a financial services firm, has joined the Grassroots Renovation and Expansion Campaign Committee, which is engaged in raising $5.5 million to expand the crisis intervention center and shelter.

Kevin J. Kelehan, a member of the law firm of Reese & Carney LLP, has also joined the committee. His practice includes housing and community development law, housing finance, construction law and real estate development.

Facemire, Prestia, Wright join practice

Drs. Lynn Chamberlin Facemire, Paula Anne Prestia and Glen Wright, all veterinarians, have joined the practice of Columbia Animal Hospital.

Facemire has been in clinical practice for six years, most recently on the staff of the Southern Oaks Animal Hospital in Hope Mills, N.C.

Prestia worked at the Greater Annapolis Veterinary Hospital before accepting the Columbia position. She has 10 years of experience in small-animal medicine and surgery.

Wright is a recent graduate of the University of Florida, where he received a degree in veterinary medicine.

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